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SAFE Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Duygu Ercan-Oruc
Jul 20, 2021

SAFE Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Duygu Ercan-Oruc Dr. Duygu Ercan-Oruc, assistant professor, Department of Chemistry & Fermentation Sciences

Student and Faculty Excellence (SAFE) fund recipient

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Edgar Villeda, senior and recipient of a Rachel Carson Council fellowship. Photo submitted.

Anthropology student awarded Rachel Carson Council Fellowship
Jul 19, 2021

Edgar Villeda, a senior majoring in Anthropology (BS) - biological anthropology from Selma, has been awarded a fellowship with the Rachel...

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Poster for the "Anti-Judaism and Anti-Semitism: Long Histories, Present Dangers" event. Grahphic submitted.

Center Symposium hosts Renowned Holocaust Scholar Michael Berenbaum on Anti-Semitism
Jul 15, 2021

Center Symposium hosts Renowned Holocaust Scholar Michael Berenbaum on Anti-Semitism

Sunday, July 18, 2021
12:30 - 2 p.m.

College News, Events, Global Learning
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Call for CAS Faculty & Staff Awards
Jul 15, 2021

Each year, the College of Arts and Sciences recognizes several members of the faculty and staff for outstanding service, teaching or scholarly work. The College is now accepting nominations for the following awards.

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SAFE faculty recipient, Megyn Culpepper, assistant professor, Department of Chemistry and Fermentation Sciences

SAFE Faculty Spotlight: Megen Culpepper
Jul 14, 2021

SAFE Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Megen Culpepper Dr. Megen Culpepper, assistant professor, Department of Chemistry and Fermentation Sciences

Student and Faculty Excellence (SAFE) fund recipient

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Poster for the “Unzere Kinder” screening. Graphic submitted.

Center Symposium hosts screening of “Unzere Kinder”
Jul 8, 2021

Center Symposium hosts screening of “Unzere Kinder”

Tuesday, July 20, 2021
12:30 - 2:30 p.m.

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Poster for the “Children in the Nazi State and Party Organizations” event. Graphic submitted.

Center Symposium hosts Senior Holocaust Historian
Jul 8, 2021

Senior Historian of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to Speak on Gentile Children in the Nazi State

Monday, July 19, 2021
1- 2 p.m.

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Appalachian State University alumna Julianna Roupas ’21, of Charlotte, earned a self-designed B.A. in interdisciplinary studies with a focus in studies of integrative health sciences, as well as a minor in Spanish. She graduated summa cum laude from App State in May. Photo submitted

App State’s Julianna Roupas ’21 designed her own path to medical school
Jul 6, 2021

Julianna Roupas ’21 wrote her own ticket for her journey to medical school with a self-designed major at Appalachian State University.

College News, Alumni, Outreach and Community Engagement, Students
Appalachian State University alumna and poet Dr. M. Soledad Caballero ’95, professor of English and chair of the women’s, gender and sexuality studies program at Allegheny College. Photo submitted

Alumna, professor and award-winning poet shares her Mountaineer journey
Jul 1, 2021

From her classes and poetry workshops at Appalachian State University, to campus green spaces and the many hours spent in Belk Library and Information Commons — every aspect of alumna Dr. M.

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Dr. Matt Estep, a plant geneticist and associate professor in Appalachian State University’s Department of Biology, performs fieldwork at Rich Mountain Bald — part of the Tater Hill Preserve located in northern Watauga County. The preserve is a plant conservation project owned and managed by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture’s Plant Conservation Program. Photo by Ellen Gwin Burnette

App State genetic diversity study to inform US Fish and Wildlife conservation efforts for endangered NC plant
Jun 30, 2021

Spreading avens, a rare plant that thrives in Western North Carolina — at elevations of more than 4,000 feet — is in danger of extinction.

College News, Faculty and Staff, Grants and Research, Sustainability